Dozens of items from China's First Emperor's burial site, including 10 terra cotta warriors and horses, will be on display at the Minneapolis Institute of Art next fall.
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Some of China's terra cotta warriors heading to Minneapolis
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts will host an exhibit of works from the tomb of China's first emperor. The artifacts will include ten "ghost warriors." The sculptures were meant to protect the emperor in the afterlife. The exhibit will be in Minneapolis from late October through mid-January.
Report: Minnesota has lost 70,000 jobs to China since 2001
The Economic Policy Institute says China’s currency manipulation and other policies have led to the growing trade deficit that has cost so many jobs.
Largest US Rembrandt collection coming to MIA
The largest collection of works by Rembrandt ever assembled in the United States is coming to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. The collection promises to show the career trajectory of this 17th-century Dutch master, from brash young artist to timeless observer of humanity. In addition to undisputed masterpieces by the artist’s hand, visitors will see portraits once attributed to Rembrandt, and find out why they no longer are believed to bear his mark. The exhibit runs June 24, 2012 through Sept. 16. Tickets are $12 to $14. Call 888-642-2787. Tickets may sell out at peak times and on weekends, the art institute says.
3M to invest $50 million in China
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